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jjesse | 06 Sep 2009 | 0 comments

Information Week has been running a "Rolling Review" of different DLP products in the marketplace.  Of the 6 products they reviewed only two of them stood out.  RSA's DLP Suite and Symantec's DLP Suite were the best of the products they reviewed.

Here is the summary of the review: http://www.informationweek.com/news/security/privacy/showArticle.jhtml?articleID=219501230

Also here is the specific review of Symantec DLP: http://www.informationweek.com/news/security/attacks/showArticle.jhtml?articleID=218900115

Enjoy and drop me a note if you have any questions in regards to Symantec DLP

jjesse | 27 Aug 2009 | 1 comment

In an article on Channel Insider, the author raises the question, Could a solid Data Loss Prevention product stopped the transfer of data from Goldman Sachs to a third part web hosting.

For those that don’t remember the whole story, a quick Google news search will be a quick refresher or from a New York Times article

“Mr. Aleynikov, who is free on $750,000 bond, is suspected of having taken pieces of Goldman software that enables the buying and selling of shares in milliseconds. Banks and hedge funds use such programs...

benr | 15 Jun 2009 | 0 comments

I am pleased to accounce the release of Symantec Data Loss Prevention version 9.0.1.  Although this is a minor version release, this includes some new features that were highly requested by many of our customers.

Below is a high-level list of new features included in v9.0.1:

  • Support for scanning 64-bit SharePoint 2007 Web front-end servers
  • Support for scanning specific set of PST message classes on Network Discover
  • Support for scanning only when the endpoint computer is idle
  • Support for Lotus Notes multi-user installation on endpoint
  • Detection of Generic Routing Encapsulation traffic for Network Monitor
  • Bounce Address Tag Validation for Network Monitor

Please review the full documentation for the release before determing to upgrade your environment.  Release documentation can be found on our Knowledge Base site (login required) at...

Marie Coon | 01 Jun 2009 | 2 comments

As a Symantec Data Loss Prevention (DLP) customer, you have access to thousands of DLP technical solutions contained within the Symantec DLP Knowledgebase.

To get to the Knowledgebase, go to: https://kb-vontu.altiris.com or select a specific Vontu/Symantec product from our support page at: http://www.symantec.com/business/support/all_produ...

and click the Knowledgebase button located on the upper right-hand side of the page.

If you do not have an account click on the “New User? Request Access Link”

Note: You must be a DLP customer to gain access to the knowledgebase.

An added benefit to the Knowledgebase is the ability to sign up for alerts regarding New Hotfixes/New Release Notifications, and other...

Grant_Hall | 26 May 2009 | 1 comment

Don't know if this has been brought to peoples attention yet, but as of May 22, 2009 Symantec has released a new site devoted to Symantec's podcasts. These podcasts cover a wide variety of products and ideas. Customers and employees alike will be able to subscribe to these podcasts and receive RSS updates whenever new podcasts are available. The website for the podcasts is at http://www.symantec.com/podcasts .  In general these podcast are broken down into eight different categories. These categories include:

Security Response—Learn how to avoid phishing attacks, how Norton AntiVirus products help protect your environment, how to safeguard your smartphones and PDAs, how to protect against business disruptions, and more.

Home Users—Topics cover online family safety, how to prevent cyberbullying, protection against identity...

i2professional@yahoo.com | 25 May 2009 | 4 comments

i would like to encourage you all to share your opinions on top 10 reason that you feel justifies the need for DLP

Pamela Reese | 08 May 2009 | 4 comments

Data loss prevention (DLP) is a serious technology that addresses the serious issues around information risks. However, even serious topics can benefit from an injection of humor to help illustrate the issues. Please enjoy our fifth and last cartoon in the short series about The (Mis)Adventures of Dave L. Preston.

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Pamela Reese | 28 Apr 2009 | 1 comment

Data loss prevention (DLP) is a serious technology that addresses the serious issues around information risks. However, even serious topics can benefit from an injection of humor to help illustrate the issues. Please enjoy our fourth cartoon in the short series about The (Mis)Adventures of Dave L. Preston that takes a pointed look at proving compliance.

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khaley | 27 Apr 2009 | 6 comments

 It’s happened to all of us, hasn’t it? You’re being driven to an important meeting. You prepare for the meeting by reading a top secret document, something related to national security. The chauffeur pulls up to the building and in a hurry to get to the meeting your grab your papers and portfolio and jump out of the car. Exiting the car you are greeted by the press. They take your picture. You give a brief wave and head into your meeting. Happens all the time. Unfortunately the top secret document you were carrying was sitting on top of your portfolio, in just the right position that most of the contents of the document can easily be read in the all photographs that were taken. Don’t you just hate when that happens to you?

Okay, maybe you can’t relate. You don’t have a chauffeur, top secret documents or even people other than your mom wanting to take your picture. Someone who can relate is Bob Quick, the former assistant...

Pamela Reese | 13 Apr 2009 | 0 comments

Are your employees stealing critical information as they leave your company? Symantec worked with The Ponemon Institute to find out. The results of our 2009 study may surprise you. 

Watch:  Symantec-Ponemon Data Loss Risks During Downsizing Study